Host families for UAF Women's Volleyball
The UAF Women’s Volleyball department is looking for volunteer host families to help visiting teams have a great experience in Fairbanks. There are three teams coming up for the 2010 Kendall Auto Nanook Classic that is occurring over Labor Day weekend September 3 & 4, 2010. These teams are the Cal State East Bay Pioneers from Hayward, California, the University of Charleston Golden Eagles from Charleston, West Virginia, and the Bellarmine University Knights from Louisville, Kentucky.
Being a host family is very simple and can be a great experience for your entire family, especially any of your children who are budding athletes. The main job of a host family is being here in Fairbanks as a resource for the coach to help answer any questions they may have, to help make sure their stay runs smoothly, and to provide some of that local Fairbanks hospitality to make them feel welcome! Your willingness to make sure these visiting athletes have a great experience in Fairbanks is part of what makes the tournament so great and keeps teams coming back.
If you are interested and would like more information, please contact Candice Krupa, Host Family Coordinator, at x8037 or email@example.com. Go Nooks!
Download more information: Host family PDF
Looking for Volunteer Cooks in Fairbanks!
The UAF women’s volleyball team is also looking for cooks! While the team is in pre-season practice during the month of August, it is a great help to the program if local supporters can provide a lunch or dinner for the team. Providing a meal for the team accomplishes many things including help alleviate program costs to feed the entire team for the month, provide students who are living in a dorm with a good meal, and gives your family the opportunity to meet the team on a personal level.
Lunches are held at the Patty Center on UAF campus at 1130am (supplies can be dropped off earlier in the day if you are unable to get away from work at that time). Food can be whatever you want to provide, whether it be homemade sandwiches or casseroles, or it can be purchased, like sandwich platters, for example. Dinners are held around 6pm and the team actually comes to your house for a couple hours (they usually leave by 8 as they are tired from practice). Again, food can be whatever you want to provide, whether it be homemade sandwiches, casseroles or spaghetti or it can be purchased, it does not have to be overly elaborate.
Dates for lunches and dinners are available from 8/9/2010-8/26/2010. Please contact Candice if you are interested and she can provide you more information. x8037 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks so much!
As a former player who participated in this program for four years, I can personally tell you what a difference it makes to the athletes to have a good meal and local support.
ATV & sports equipment:
1) 2006 HONDA RANCHER 350, winch, snow plow, ITP mud-tires, low miles, garaged every winter. Includes 6x10 foot trailer with 15 inch tires. $6,000 OBO.
2) CHILD FOOTBALL HELMET, size medium, never worn, bought new $100, sell for $75.
3) CHILD FOOTBALL SHOULDER PADS, size extra-small, never worn, bought new $60, sell for $50.
Call John 978-4279
Telescope for sale
Tasco Luminova model #40114675
- Magnification: 675x
- Telescope Type: Reflector
- Mount: Equatorial 1
- Eye Piece: (1.25") H25mm (36x), H12.5mm (72x), SR4mm (225x)
- Focal Length :900mm
- Finderscope: 6x24mm
- Finish: Metallic Champagne
- Tripod: Adjustable Aluminum
- Objective Lens Diameter: 114mm
- Focal Ratio: F/8
- Barlow: 3x
- Weight: 32 lbs.
Asking $140. For more information please contact Bess Rounds X8001 or e-mail email@example.com
Roll Top Desk
Solid Oak rolltop desk with printer drawer, 5 other drawers, lots of cubie shelfs inside rolltop. Mounted power strip and other features. $350 firm. EXCELLENT condition, must see!
Contact Bess Rounds X8001 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Harley for Sale
2000 Harley-Davidson Dyna Super Glide. 103 cubic inch, 112 hp, Screamin' Eagle engine. $10k in add-ons. $12,500 trades + cash considered. Contact Dale Denny 388-5793.
Orrefors Claret wine glasses
Orrefors Claret Swedish crystal wine glasses. A full set of 12, will sell as two sets of six. These regularly retail for $60 per glass. They are beautiful glasses! Visit their web site with more information on the product: http://www.unicahome.com/catalog/item.asp?id=54961&PartnerID=AMZN
I'm asking $40 each for these never-been-used glasses, still in the box. $240 for set of 6; or $400 for the full set of 12 glasses. Call Erika at 8227, or cell at 460-1196, or e-mail email@example.com
Shoulder bag breast pump
Medela Pump In Style® Advanced Shoulder Bag Breast Pump Model: 57027
Features and Benefits
Daily use · double pump · electric
Adjustable speed/vacuum dial lets mom choose her most comfortable setting.
Removable PVC-free cooler bag with countoured ice pack keeps milk cool for up to 12 hours.
Battery pack lets mom pump anywhere, anytime.
More milk in less time with 2-Phase Expression® technology when pumping at Maximum Comfort Vacuum™.
Everything included in an attractive PVC-free microfiber bag for fast and easy pumping.
Helpful storage pockets for organization.
Convenient integrated work surface for mom.
Double pumping kit includes PersonalFit™ breastshields.
All parts that come into contact with breastmilk are BPA-free.
- Convenient stylish shoulder bag design
- Single or double pumping pump
- Battery pack (8AA batteries not included)
- AC Adapter
- Removable cooler carrier
- 4 - 5 oz breastmilk bottles and lids
- Wide base slow-flow nipple
- 2 - PersonalFit™ breastshields
- 2 valves
- 2 membranes
- Contoured ice pack
- 4 disposable nursing bra pads
- 1 box Pump & Save breastmilk bags (50 bags)
- Sample size Medela tender care lanolin
- Breastfeeding Information Guide
All parts that come into contact with breast milk are BPA/DEHP Free.
Retail Price: $250
Will sell for $100
Contact: Mary Rutherford x8034 or 460-4010
Save your Box Tops
Please save your Box Tops over the summer! If you don't already have a school to donate them to, please bring them to Kim in 103. If you don't know what I'm talking about, please come over and I'll show you an example. Each Box Top is worth $0.10 for schools to buy computers, playground equipment, art supplies, etc. Box Tops are on a myriad of products: cereal, tissue, binders, refrigerated biscuits, and LOTS more. It's easy to support our local kids and schools!
Free Classified Ad listings
The classified section of the Statewide Voice can be used to sell, buy or trade household items, vehicles, computers, etc. It is also a great place to advertise fundraisers or events for sports teams, scout troops, churches and other organizations. No commercial advertising please. To list your classified ad or event listing contact Statewide Voice editor Monique Musick at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Calendar Of Events
July 30-August 1, 2010
Anderson Bluegrass Festival
Near Clear Air Force Station off the Parks Hwy mile 283. This is a wonderful family affair, minimal entrance fee, plenty of camping space, even running water!
Friday August 6, 2010
Art openings at local galleries. Times will vary by location.
Sunday August 8, 2010
Run for Relief 5K Run/Walk
2:00pm, Pioneer Park: For a million villagers in Burma (Myanmar), running is not an option. They are brutally persecuted by military rule, and have been for more than 50 years. Proceeds of this event will be directed to Partners Relief Aid & Development (www.partnersworld.org), an international non-profit organization dedicated to assisting people (especially children) affected by war and now living in hiding within Burma's conflict zones, refugee camps, and migrant communities along the Thailand-Burma border. To participate in the race, complete the attached registration form. Volunteers are also needed, and you may contact Kathy @ 388-6830 or Allison @ 490-2102 with any questions.
Friday August 6– Saturday August 14, 2010
Tanana Valley State Fair "Barn in the USA"
12pm‑10pm, Tanana Valley State Fairgrounds, Fairbanks
Saturday August 14, 2010
UAF Really Free Market
10 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the parking lot near the lower residence halls near the Patty Center.
Drop off clean, safe, usable items between 8-10 a.m. the day of the market. The earlier the better!
The market is a good opportunity to share clothes and other back-to-school items with local families before the school year begins. Please encourage your family and friends to consider participating. It's helpful if you can sort your items into the following categories:
- Home Décor/Bath